Myke-2 – Study of Knowledge Content Building in Leading Sectors of the Malaysian Economy

Project Title Myke-2 – Study of Knowledge Content Building in Leading Sectors of the Malaysian Economy
Overview The United Nations Development Programme, in conjunction with the Economic Planning Unit, Office of the Prime Minister of Malaysia, is sponsoring a second phase of research and policy sponsorship for the Study of Knowledge Content in Leading Economic Sectors in Malaysia. The study (also known as Myke-2) will build upon the work and model developed in 2002-2005, adding new knowledge measurement concepts and analysis and allowing us to develop longitudinal data on knowledge development and innovation for a panel of manufacturing and services companies. This project team is composed of Intelligent Information Services Corporation and a STIP team associated with the Georgia Tech Technology Policy and Assessment Center (TPAC).
Status Current (Started December 2006 – March 2008)
Sponsors Economic Planning Unit, Government of Malaysia; United Nations Development Programme
STIP Project Staff Nils Newman (IISC)
Philip Shapira
Jan Youtie
Andrea Fernandes-Ribas
Contact STIP Contacts
Publication Forthcoming
Updated May 23, 2007